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JULY 15TH - 31ST, 2016 AT 7PM



Adam has a BA in Theatre from Northwestern State University of Louisiana. He is a lifetime member of The Actor’s Project NYC and was featured in two seasons of Off-Broadway industry showcases this year. Regionally, Adam has worked as a vagabond at Flat Rock Playhouse, Great Plains Theater, and TECUMSEH!, an Ohio tradition. The New Orleans native was heavily involved onstage at the historic Le Petit Theatre aux Vieux Carre and offstage at the National WWII Museum’s Stage Door Canteen. Adam is represented by The Talent Express and Emerging Talent, LLC.


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Anthony is a NYC based singer/actor/director. Some of his favorite credits include; Sister Hubert in NUNSENSE, AMEN!, Harry in COMPANY, Moose in CRAZY FOR YOU, and Helmuth Rode in TAKING SIDES. Anthony would like to thank Christopher, Kit, Matthew, Caleb, Gil and the cast for an amazing experience and his parent for their love and support to follow his passion.  Visit his site anthonycastellano.weebly.com


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Lizzy is a proud graduate of Wright State University where she earned her BFA in acting with an emphasis in musical theatre. Previous credits include CAMELOT (National Tour), Disney Cruise Line Productions (mainstage performer), THE FANTASTICKS (Luisa), ANYTHING GOES! (Hope Harcourt), ALL SHOOK UP (Natalie Haller), MEASURE FOR MEASURE (Juliet). Endless thanks to Mom and Dad for their constant love and support!  



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Raul was born in Miami, Florida where he was raised by both of his immigrant parents. He is very happy to be a part of THE COMMUTERS as well as the Strawberry Festival. Recent Productions include SPRING AWAKENING (Melchior Gabor), YOSEF (Reuven), and SAY GOODBYE (Jamie) at the Manhattan Repertory Theatre. Film credits include TAU TAU featuring Corbin Bleu. Raul would love to thank all of his family and friends for their endless support.  Rah0118.wix.com/actor


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Jo is a singer, actor, and designer. She has studied acting at T. Schreiber Studios and William Esper Studios and is a founding member of Four Quarter Theater in New York City (fourquartertheater.com). Favorite roles include Dr. Brookner (THE NORMAL HEART), Ensemble (EVITA), Heidi Von Sturm (NINE), Reggie Flutie (THE LARAMIE PROJECT), and a member of the ensemble choir in the award-winning production of THE CHRISTIANS at Playwrights Horizons. Visit Jo on the web at jowalkeractor.com. Big thanks to Peter Jensen and David Dabbon.


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When an arrogant, recently-sacked MTA executive tries to find his bus to HoHoKus, New Jersey after midnight, his life becomes exactly the sort of horror story you'd expect to take place in the Port Authority Bus Terminal as the plaster "Commuters" statue comes to life to deliver a horrible warning... When it comes to New York City transit, you better behave, or better be brave!

THE COMMUTERS or A CAUTIONARY TALE ABOUT THE PORT AUTHORITY is the good old-fashioned, New York-minded, transit-obsessed musical comedy hit that played to uproarious laughter and high praise in it's first reading during Lincoln Center's "Across A Crowded Room" workshop in 2015 and earned five nominations and two wins at The Riant Theatre's Strawberry Theatre Festival in 2016! 





PRODUCTION STILLS - (Photo credit: Marc Santos Photography)



General Admission

$25.00 online

$27.00 at the door

Premium Seating

$30.00 online

$35.00 at the door


The Theatre at St. Clement's

423 West 46th Street

(Between 9th & 10th Avenues)

New York,  NY 10036

(212) 246-7277


  • Take the 1/2/3/A/C/E/N/R/Q train to 42nd Street


  • Doors will open 15 minutes prior to showtime.

  • The Theatre at St. Clement's is not handicap accessible.


35 Minutes; No Intermission.

This show is presented in an evening of several shows. The entire evening is 90-120 Minutes; No Intermission.


Recommended for ages 13 and up.



Best Director: Christopher Michaels

Best Actress: Lizzy Miller


Best Musical

Best Costume Design: Jacob McIntyre

Best Actor: Adam Breaux



Ernie.................................ADAM BREAUX

Terry..............ANTHONY CASTELLANO

Helen...................................LIZZY MILLER

George..............................RAUL ANDRÉS

Carol.......................................JO WALKER


Book.........................................GIL VAROD

Music...............CALEB DAMSCHRODER

Lyrics................KIT GOLDSTEIN GRANT


Music Director.........MATTHEW BENNIS


Scenic Design................JEREMY TERRY

Costume Design.....JACOB MCINTYRE

Lighting Design....CONOR  MULLIGAN

Sound Design..........,,,,,,,,,,,DAVID HART


Stage Manager..........KAYLA FRIEND

Asst. Stage Manager......JORDAN LIAU


Gil has written lyrics and/or book for OEDIPUS FOR KIDS (NYMF; publ. Samuel French), A JURY LINE and THE ZEGEND OF LELDA (West Village Musical Theatre Festival; 4 awards incl. Best Musical), TIME, ET AL (FringeNYC), THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WALT DISNEY, ABRIDGED (Walt Disney Imagineering) and the website BroadwayAbridged.com, and is a member of the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop.


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Caleb is a NYC based composer/lyricist and actor.  Other projects include a musical adaptation of Brian Friel’s MOLLY SWEENEY and a residency at CAP21 where he is at work on a bluegrass musical about the women of the Hatfield and McCoy family feud.  Caleb is a member of the BMI Musical Theatre Workshop and The Dramatist Guild.  As an actor, Caleb has recently been seen in the Broadway revival of CABARET and PAINT YOUR WAGON at NY City Center Encores.


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Kit studied at Juilliard and the BMI Musical Theatre Writing Workshop and is the composer/lyricist/librettist of IT'S RAINING TAMALES! (published by YouthPLAYS), THE NOSE (Midtown International Theatre Festival, Summer 2016; second prize winner in the Jackie White Memorial National Children's Play Writing Contest), IN THE HORSE (Emerging Artists Theatre New Work Series), and THE WRONG BOX (Musical Theatre Factory 4x15).  kitgoldstein.com


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Christopher is the resident director of CBP and starred in the 2015 Strawberry Theatre Festival’s winning play, CASPER, THE NOT-SO-FRIENDLY GHOST. Select directing credits include TWO BOYS IN A BED ON A COLD WINTER'S NIGHT  (Rising Action Theatre), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, and YOU'RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN (Muchadu Productions), several concerts and cabarets including CBP's LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE BOYS!, and is the executive producer and director of  CBP's short musical film, VALLEY HIGH. ChristopherMichaels.nyc


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Matthew is a self-taught musician, singer, music director, and accompanist. Off-Broadway music direction credits include WE ARE MONSTERS and #LOVESTORY (voted FringeFAVE for the NY Fringe Festival 2015). Other recent music direction credits include THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, GREASE, TICK, TICK…BOOM!, LET'S HEAR IT FOR THE BOYS!, and LEGALLY BLONDE, and as music supervisor for Calendar Boys Productions’ film, VALLEY HIGH.

MATTHEW BENNIS (Music Director)

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Brian is a native Texan-turned-New Yorker who has traveled the world through theatre and dance, having choreographed over 20 musicals for university and civic theatre in Texas and working for the cultural diplomacy agency, American Voices, teaching underprivileged children in war-torn countries. Credits include GREASE, WEST SIDE STORY, LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, JCS, SEUSSICAL, HAIRSPRAY, CHICAGO, GUYS & DOLLS, and the new rock musical, LOVINGTON. This season he will be teaching, and choreographing for M.O.V.E. ProudToBeAMover.com

BRIAN CEDRIC JONES (Choreographer)

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Jeremy is the Founder/Executive Producer of Jeremy Terry Productions. He has worked at Liberty University on THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and RAGTIME, interned with Wolfbane Productions for BLOODY, BLOODY, ANDREW JACKSON, as a member of Alluvion Stage Company's inaugural crew for PETER PAN, as a carpenter and stagehand for Jenny Wiley Theatre in 2012, and with Proof Productions, Inc., where he collaborated with designers and producers of the Broadway productions of ANNIE, A CHRISTMAS STORY, and MOTOWN THE MUSICAL.

JEREMY TERRY (Scenic Design)

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Jacob is a New York-based costume designer, fashion designer and artist with a BFA in Costume Technology from Youngstown State University and an AAS in Fashion Design from F.I.T. Currently Jacob is an Assistant Designer at a private label fashion company. Jacob has worked in theatre for the past five years, helping construct and wardrobe over 25 shows and designed for several shows such as DARK MATTERS and RENT in theatres in Ohio, California, and NYC as well as Calendar Boys Productions’ film, VALLEY HIGH.

JACOB MCINTYRE (Costume Design)

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Conor designs both in NYC with the Russian Arts Theatre and Studio as their resident lighting designer and freelancing with a number of other companies, as well as regionally throughout the US including Luna Stage, Wellfleet Harbor Actor's Theater, 1st Stage, REP Stage, Cygnet Theatre Company, MOXIE Theatre, and DIVERSIONARY Theatre. Conor received his MFA in Design and Technical Theatre from San Diego State University and his B.S. in Theatre Production and Design from Towson University. Conor is a proud member of United Scenic Artists local 829.


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DAVID HART (Sound Design)

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Kayla is an actress/director/stage manager with a B.A. in Theatre and Cultural Anthropology from California Baptist University and has used the arts and research together in the U.S., Oman, the UAE, and Turkey. Prior to NYC, Kayla worked as the director of the fine arts program for the Department of Defense in Turkey. She has stage managed for YOSEF (Zvika Bornstein/Torah L'Kulanu) and THE ADONIS (In Our Words Productions) locally. She would like to thank her friends and family for their constant support of the arts. 

KAYLA FRIEND (Stage Manager)

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Jordan re-discovered his passion for stage management after working with the BYU Dance Department, BYU Folk Dance Spring Performing Arts Company, and the premier International Folk Dance Ensemble from 2014-2015. Credits include productions with BYU Arts Productions, BYU Theatre Ballet, BYU Contemporary Dance Theatre, BYU Ballroom Dance Company, and Utah Regional Ballet. Stage Management credits include THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO, HANSEL & GRETEL, MANON with BYU School of Music and Journey with BYU International Folk Dance Ensemble. 

JORDAN LIAU (Assistant Stage Manager)

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